This link will take you to the Teesside University online library where students on the accredited modules can find the e book recommended for referencing – Pears, R. and Shields, G. (2019). Cite them right: the essential referencing guide. 11th ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. You will then need to log on using your student account details to access cite them right online.
Alex is an essay writing tool with ten easy steps that'll get you from blank page to the final draft. Approved by Teesside University.
The Learning Hub (formerly known as DISSC) is an academic skills website which will help you in developing your study skills as independent learners. Online information on topics such as referencing, writing essays and information literacy can be accessed here.
The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. We regulate care provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies and voluntary organisations. We aim to make sure better care is provided for everyone – in hospitals, care homes and people’s own homes. We also seek to protect the interests of people whose rights are restricted under the Mental Health Act.
The official Government website. Providing health and social care policy, guidance and publications for NHS and social care professionals. The National Service Frameworks are also available on this site.
We plan and deliver effective and specialist national services which co-ordinate, strengthen and support activities aimed at protecting the people of Scotland from infectious and environmental hazards.
The NHS website is the UK's biggest health website, with more than 50 million visits every month.
NICE's role is to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services.
The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) is a leading membership organisation representing the interests of primary care professionals including general practitioners, nurses, practice staff, pharmacists, opticians and dentists. It is at the centre of shaping the future of healthcare, spreading innovation, influencing policy, supporting and connecting professionals across primary care – enabling them to provide world-class sustainable patient-centred healthcare.
The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) was formed in 1993. Our objective is to improve the quality of health care for patients in Scotland by reducing variation in practice and outcome, through the development and dissemination of national clinical guidelines containing recommendations for effective practice based on current evidence.
Skills for Health, a not-for-profit organisation committed to the development of an improved and sustainable healthcare workforce across the UK. Established in 2002 as the Sector Skills Council for Health for the UK health sector, Skills for Health helps to inform policy and standards focusing on health, education and improving the wider wellbeing of public health. Skills for Health are the employers’ trusted provider of workforce and organisational development, designed to increase quality of healthcare, patient safety and productivity.
Different qualifications are grouped together into various “levels”. This can help you (and employers) see how qualifications compare and how one type can lead on to another.